Category Archives: Marriage and Family

Reality, Depravity, & Ducks

-Pastor Robbie Cheuvront I hate reality TV. I’m not just saying that either. I think it’s perhaps the some of the most deprave, senseless, waste of human life ever to be imagined. I must clarify this, however. I’m not talking about reality TV in the sense of a game show, like “The Amazing Race”, or…

When Did I Become My Dad?

-Pastor Robbie Cheuvront Remember when you were a teenager, and you thought your parents were the dumbest people on planet earth? And remember how they embarrassed you at every turn, wanting a hug when you were around your friends, or yelling, “I love you!” as you got out of the car to go to school?…

What Makes A Man?

– Pastor Robbie Cheuvront In today’s society, the definition of a man has become disgustingly diluted. We’re shown the images on TV of overweight slobs who come home from a day’s work, only to sit on the couch and ignore his family; informing his wife that he’s “off duty” and that it’s her responsibility to…

Did I Say That?

-Pastor Robbie Cheuvront Some of you may be aware of a quiet little controversy being stirred between mainstream media and the evangelical world. It’s not something new, either. Rather, it’s been going on for quite awhile now. This controversy, of course, is the one surrounding homosexuality. And every now and again, a new chapter arises….

Silent No Longer (Part II)

-Pastor Erik Reed In the last blog post on this subject, I wrote about my growing conviction to a voice for the unborn. I outlined how I believe that the history books will show that Christians were too silent on this issue. In this post, which will not be lengthy, I want to propose a…

Where Have All the Men Gone?

– Pastor Robbie Cheuvront   On Monday I posted a little bit about worship. If you missed it, you can check it out Here. Just something for all of us to think about. I hope you found some encouragement for why we sing in Church. Today, I want to focus a little bit more on…

Martin Luther On Marriage & Family

      By Pastor Erik Reed   The great reformer of the 16th century, Martin Luther, was instrumental through the providence of God in brining a reformation to the Christian world. For those of you not very familiar with this man, he is a key figure in church history for understanding how the Church…